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Old 07-29-2015, 07:01 PM   #1
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Capping a kitchen sprayer?


Is it possible to cap a Delta kitchen sink sprayer, it is one of those quick snap on types?

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I have never seen anything you could cap one of those with.

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I have never seen anything you could cap one of those with.
Ok I'll replace the existing one with one without a sprayer, thank you.
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May want to share what it is your really trying to do.
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Ok I'll replace the existing one with one without a sprayer, thank you.
Yep. That's your best option.
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If it is not leaking, connect it in the cabinet below the sink.

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